The second name of Florida is the Sunshine State. And it’s not without a reason. The climate of Florida is its most valuable natural resource, which attracts the fans of sandy beaches and palm trees all year round. For example, on average this state is visited by more than 90 million tourists.
Many holidaymakers go to Orlando, but only some of them know that there are a lot of other interesting sights in a few hours’ drive. In fact, Florida’s West Coast is a natural pearl of America. We’ve created the ideal route for traveling around central Florida by car. So, check it out and go!
Everglades Airboat Tour
Everglades National Reserve is the world's largest freshwater marsh jungle, filled with rare tropical plants and mangroves, and a tour on flat-bottomed airboat is the only way to explore its amazing beauty. These swamps are home to 950 species of plants, and 65 of them are native endemics of southern Florida. Scientists have discovered there 25 species of orchids, 120 tree species and three different species of mangrove trees. 36 species of the local animals are included in the Red Book. This trip is an ideal way of acquaintance with the flora and fauna of southern Florida, complemented by beautiful and unique panoramic views.
Duration: full day tour - 8 hours, half-day - 4 hours (departures at 8am and 12pm)
Admission: full day - $134 adult /$79 kid 3-12, half-day - $96 adult /$59 kid 3-12